Lake Havasu Literature

Lake Havasu is a reservoir on the Colorado River, situated in western Arizona, near the border with California. It’s a popular destination known for:

Books about Lake Havasu:

Lake Havasu Vacation Super Coloring Book

Lake Havasu Lake Fun Book: A Fun and Educational Lake Coloring Book

Lake Havasu Water Safety Coloring Book

 

 

  • Water sports: The lake is a haven for boating, jet skiing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and other water-based activities.
     
  • London Bridge: This iconic landmark, originally built in England in 1831, was purchased by Robert P. McCulloch in 1968 and relocated to Lake Havasu City in 1971. It now connects the mainland to an area called the Island, which features marinas, restaurants, and shops.
     
  • Lake Havasu State Park: This park offers beautiful beaches with mountain views, picnic areas, a boat launch, and campsites. It’s a great place to relax, swim, and enjoy the scenery.
     
  • Hiking and biking: The surrounding desert landscape provides opportunities for exploring trails, with varying difficulty levels, suitable for hiking and biking enthusiasts.
  • Birdwatching: The lake and surrounding areas attract a diverse range of bird life, making it a great spot for birdwatchers.

Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventure, historical intrigue, or simply a place to soak up the sun, Lake Havasu offers something for everyone.